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It’s you who decides if you’re going to give us any of the things we want, and how, exactly, we’re going to get them.” Read it or toss it: Read it, but with one caveat. The sentiments here are all legit, but if a guy’s not starting to get what you’re throwing down (and by that, I mean Steve’s “standards and requirements”), you probably need to move on. Every guy imagines the girl of his dreams as having a vibrant, interesting life that he wants to become a part of.” Read it or toss it: READ IT.You can only provide training wheels for so long, before it’s just plain exhausting. Matthew’s advice about going after what you want, showing your standards and displaying your value is all spot-on — and guys respond.Steve has been around the block, knows what guys want and walks the fine line between blunt honesty and well-intentioned (almost big-brotherly) advice.The lowdown: Men don’t tend to be attracted to total bitches because they’re bitches, but in spite of the fact that they’re bitches.So, I did what any good millennial (I recently discovered I’m actually Gen Z, but we’re going to stick with this) does and looked to the self-help book section of Amazon!Here are my picks: This technically isn't a dating book, but I'll recommend it for every woman ever.
This guy doesn’t want to settle down — except for the right girl.You can tame the beast by being playful, unpredictable and proving you’re a smart, sophisticated, high-caliber woman.Best advice: “Every woman must have a set of personal standards that she will not compromise just because she wants love… There are five ‘must-haves’ that build relationships, not walls: trust, respect, personal space, honesty and quality time.” Read it or toss it: Read it.In the morning, I usually check to see if there are any new scientific studies that cover relationships or dating. Let me tell you what’s definitely worth making time for, worth your time if you have the time and totally not worth your time at all. The lowdown: If a guy’s not treating you right — not asking you out, not calling you, not marrying you — it’s because he’s just not that into you. Best advice: “Guys tell you how they feel even if you refuse to listen or believe them.If you met me, I’d question you to death about your exes. ‘I don’t want to be in a serious relationship’ truly means ‘I don’t want to be in a serious relationship with you’ or ‘I’m not sure you’re the one.’ (Sorry.)” Read it or toss it: Read it, but with the realization that there are some exceptions. And if you’re not getting what you want from a guy?
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Pretend you care less than he does, act super-busy and play hard to get to make the guy you want go crazy for you. Second surprise: Dating in the millennial generation doesn’t look much like dating. Best advice: “If you stop worrying about dating and start cultivating fulfilling relationships with the guys in your gaggle (and the new guys who could be entering it every day), then you can actually enjoy your love life.